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Fishing on Lake Guntersville: A Panel Discussion

Fishing on Lake Guntersville: A Panel Discussion

There are few things more exciting than the strike of a big bass while fishing on Lake Guntersville.  The weedmat at the surface of Lake Guntersville was thick and created a deep shadow which made the water darker and cooler below. Schools of small baitfish—shad and...
Fall Tripletail Fishing Tips

Fall Tripletail Fishing Tips

Fall tripletail fishing gives anglers just as much excitement as reds and specks, and perhaps even better eating than flounder. Although hunting seasons for deer and ducks won’t open until quite a bit later this winter, I am absolutely hunting this morning as I...
Small Water Anglers Can Produce Big Results

Small Water Anglers Can Produce Big Results

Regarding places to fish, we tend to think that bigger is better. Small water anglers have proven that to be false. When the evening shadows began to creep across the water of the small stream, fish began feeding under the overhanging limbs of a creekside tree. The...
Fall Fishing for Bass on Big Lakes

Fall Fishing for Bass on Big Lakes

Cooling Weather Means Fall Fishing for Bass on North Alabama Lakes I do love the fall. The oppressive heat of summer is fading, but it’s not brutal winter cold yet. I believe fall gives anglers in Alabama the best fishing conditions of the whole year and this year is...
Fall Flounder Fishing On The Gulf Coast

Fall Flounder Fishing On The Gulf Coast

Fall flounder fishing is not only exciting, it could also put dinner on the table tonight   I love the cooler and more pleasant weather of October. And the fishing? Well, it is great. Fall on the Gulf Coast is just about as good as any angler can expect, and I...